Without a doubt 2021 Formula 1 season was one of the best races in the history of the sport. The race for Championship went all the way to the final match where a crash played a huge role to decide the winner of the season. To summarise all these, Netflix is here with their F1 Drive to Survive Season 4, so, let’s have a look at all the details and its release date.
F1 Drive To Survive Release Date, When And Where To Watch
The trailer of the Docu series is out now. Moreover, the release date is said to be March 11 which is not very far. As usual, it is expected that there will be 10 episodes in the season that will cover all the happenings on and off the race track.
The series is a Netflix exclusive, which means, fans have to get a subscription to the platform in order to watch it.
This is going to be the 4th season of Drive to Survive and the other 3 are available on Netflix.
Formula 1 2021: A Season To Remember
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen clinched the title from the hands of 7-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton at the last race which was held in Abu Dhabi. Both the racers were on tie before the Abu Dhabi race and the winner was all set to take all.
— Oracle Red Bull Racing (@redbullracing) March 4, 2022
For most of the time, it was Lewis Hamilton who was leading the race. However, a car crash in the final few laps from Williams’ driver Nicholas Latifi allowed the safety car to come in which changed all.
In the end, a controversial decision from race director Michael Masi allowed Max Verstappen who was on new tires to take the lead on Lewis Hamilton. As a result, Max Verstappen grabbed his first F1 Championship, and that too in style.
After all these incidents, fans are excited for the Drive to Survive series which is a Netflix Exclusive. Furthermore, the documentary series will show everything including behind the scenes of races. It’ll be interesting to see all the happenings behind the scene, especially of the Abu Dhabi race.
F1 New Season
The 2022 season of F1 will start in March. Currently, the testing of cars is going on in Bahrain and the first edition of testing is finished in Barcelona.
It’ll be interesting to see if Lewis Hamilton gets his record 8th Championship title or it’ll be again Max Verstappen to retain his Championship.